10.09.2014Personal Tech

If You Missed It or Loved It at the Cineplex

“Million Dollar Arm,” “Hercules,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2” and “22 Jump Street” Lead a Slate of 23 New Movies Available to Order with FiOS on Demand in October

An unlikely baseball sensation starts October’s new releases with FiOS On Demand, leading to an unlikely crime stopping team available at the end of the month.

“Million Dollar Arm” and “22 Jump Street” are only two of the 23 new movies you can add to your library – or rent – as we get into the great month of October, marking the full transition to Fall, Halloween (and here’s a treat – look for the special Halloween movies folder for both kids and adults) and millions of dollars-worth of box office sensations available on FiOS In Demand. 


Most FiOS On Demand new release movies are available to purchase an average of two weeks before DVD and often weeks before they are available on Netflix. You can also rent movies and watch them as many times as you want during the 48 hours that follow the rental.

Other movies standing out amongst the new titles in October include:

Earth to Echo


Sex Tape

How to Train Your Dragon 2

Jersey Boys

Let’s Be Cops

Of course, you can still buy any movie you want to add to your library through FiOS On Demand and watch it when you want, at home on the TV or on any compatible devices, anytime, anywhere. Purchasing is easy - you can use your remote, go online or use select mobile devices. When you buy On Demand movies and TV shows they are yours forever, even if you move out of a FiOS service area. And since it is stored in your digital library at Verizon, you’ll have access to your titles next month, next year or years from now.

October’s On Demand new releases get stronger throughout the month so be sure to check the on demand library of 95,000-plus titles weekly. These titles are available at your fingertips. FiOS On Demand is home entertainment you can own or rent, then watch anywhere you want, always over our industry-leading, crystal-clear FiOS HD signal.